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Networking Star – Jeffrey Gitomer’s Secrets to Success

A couple months ago I had the pleasure of hosting an event with keynote speaker Jeffrey Gitomer. Below you will find a video with a couple nuggets from that event we found interesting.   If you haven’t read any of Jeffrey’s books, you are missing out. His books are fun, simple to read and always helpful. Some of my favorite quotes from Jeffrey are: “People don’t like to be sold, but they love to buy!” ...

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Networking Star Blogcast with Casey Combden: Building Confidence

One of the biggest challenges that new entrepreneurs have is confidence. Without confidence you will never convince clients you can deliver for them. Having healthy levels of confidence is crucial to being able to overcome challenges and attract the right talent to your team. In this episode of Networking Star, my good friend Casey Combden explains some of the basics needed to find confidence and keep it ...

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Epic Rule #3– Sweat the small stuff

This entry is part of 4 in the series I am Epic . Small Stuff – smawl stuhf – Seemingly insignificant daily tasks that when done regularly and made a part of daily habits will result in Epicness. The Epic Rules may appear to be trivial and too easy to really be important, but don’t let their inherent simplicity fool you, they will make or break you. The most successful coach in college basketball history is ...

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Lessons in Japan

In this episode, Jeff Boyle re-learns a valuable lesson. You must experience life no matter where you go, because it’s out there if you just leave the laptop behind for a couple hours. During a recent business trip to Japan, he takes time to experience the local fish market at 3 a.m., sleep in a Zen garden and get rocked by robots and fire-breathing dragons at the popular Robot Restaurant in downtown Tokyo. ...

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Lessons from Japan

In this episode of Networking Star, I re-learn a valuable lesson. You must experience life no matter where you go, because it’s out there if you just leave the laptop behind for a couple hours. During a recent business trip to Japan, I took the time to experience the local fish market at 3 a.m., sleep in a Zen garden and get rocked by robots and fire-breathing dragons at the popular Robot Restaurant in down ...

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Epic Rule #2 – Be a ditch digger.

Ditch Digger – dich dig-er A metaphor for an Epic person of action. Ditch – dich A metaphor for anything ethical needing to be done for you to become Epic. For you to become Epic, you will need to dig some ditches. Manual labor is good for the soul but lousy for the bank account ...

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Networking Star: CEO David Blanchard

Join me as I interview our next Networking Star: Dave Blanchard. Dave Blanchard is the CEO of the Og Mandino group, and helped develop one of the most innovative personal assessment tools. This goes beyond just a personality test. It assesses the thought process that drives behavior ...

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Epic Rule #1 – Voluntarily Suspend Your Disbelief

This entry is part 2 of 2 in the series I am Epic . vol-uh n-tair-uh-lee – Believe baby believe. Tom Cruise is now over 50 years old and is only 5 feet 7 inches tall and barely weighs 150 pounds. Yet, he has been a fighter pilot, assassin spy, brute detective enforcer, sports agent, rock star, clone, samurai, vampire, race car driver, immigrant boxer, pool hustler, male gigolo, bar tender, alien destroyer a ...

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